Tea-ceremony was a quick one. It lasted only 15 – 25 minutes for so many relatives.
After which, I had to take off the hair pins of the bride’s hair and did it really very slowly so that my photographer could take good photos.
The bride now had to change into Chinese kua and we went back to her home.
At this point in time, a few friends of ours took our bridal attires to the hotel and helped us to check-in. Yeah! Almost half of the day had gone past and I could feel the tiredness slowly seeping through my bone…
Alright! Today was our happy day!!! Let’s move on to the other end of Singapore!!!
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